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Prairie Grove Battlefield - Rating: Orange
 
     When we arrived at the Prairie Grove Battlefield we thought that we would not get a lot of paranormal activity, because it was so close to the vicinity of the town. Boy, were we wrong! Our first experience was when we parked the car. Immediately after we gathered all of our equipment, things started to fall from the tree we were under (there was no wind at that time). We spent allot of time walking the trails, taking pictures, and getting a general "feel" for the place. As we walked the trails through the battlefield, we distinctly heard the sounds of snare drums, galloping horses and twigs breaking where nobody was walking. The more time we spent wandering the Battlefield, the more in-tune we became with out surroundings. At times, we noticed that we were being followed by beings in light colored clothes. We are assuming that they were Confederate Scouts. There were also many times that we saw movement through the tree line, as if the soldiers were keeping an eye on us. One of our team members was about to take a picture of a cannon and was pushed hard enough that she dropped her camera. Another team member reported that someone tried to take the E.M.F. Detector from him. All of us saw transparent beings or shadows either following us or moving in the tree line. Finally, around midnight, we smelled sulfur (which none of us had smelled all night) and two of our team members felt that a very large number of beings were coming our way.  It was then that we realized we were at the Borden Home.  The Borden Home was where a fierce battle had taken place adn ultimately the home was burned to the ground.  As we were leaving the site of the Borden Home some of our members saw a figure in the second story of the home.  Is the Prairie Grove Battlefield haunted?  A decisive YES is the answer.